Hypothetical: Cultivating Evaluation Skills In Nurse Preceptors: A Pilot Study: Part 8 Of 12

Cultivating Evaluation Skills in Nurse Preceptors: A Pilot Study Oklahoma University is seeking a grant to develop core evaluation competencies to instruct nurse preceptors on how to successfully evaluate student nurses clinical performance. The primary mission of the workshop is to develop and cultivate teaching and evaluation skills in nurse preceptors, enabling them to take […]

Hypothetical: Cultivating Evaluation Skills In Nurse Preceptors: A Pilot Study: Part 7 Of 12

Cultivating Evaluation Skills in Nurse Preceptors: A Pilot Study Oklahoma University is seeking a grant to develop core evaluation competencies to instruct nurse preceptors on how to successfully evaluate student nurses clinical performance. The primary mission of the workshop is to develop and cultivate teaching and evaluation skills in nurse preceptors, enabling them to take […]

Hypothetical: Cultivating Evaluation Skills In Nurse Preceptors: A Pilot Study: Part 6 Of 12

Cultivating Evaluation Skills in Nurse Preceptors: A Pilot Study ┬áThe Oklahoma University is seeking a grant to develop core evaluation competencies to instruct nurse preceptors on how to successfully evaluate student nurses clinical performance. The primary mission of the workshop is to develop and cultivate teaching and evaluation skills in nurse preceptors, enabling them to […]

Hypothetical: Cultivating Evaluation Skills In Nurse Preceptors: A Pilot Study: Part 5 Of 12

Theoretical Framework Applying the constructivist philosophy of knowledge acquisition and learning in a clinical education program can change the way in which clinical nurses view nurse students and staff development opportunities. Constructivism is a philosophy about knowing and gaining knowledge, not a teaching practice in and of itself (Mastrian, McGonigle, Mahan, & Bixler, 2011). Constructivism […]

Hypothetical: Cultivating Evaluation Skills In Nurse Preceptors: A Pilot Study: Part 4 Of 12

Theoretical Framework There are a plethora of learning theories and frameworks available worthy of understanding and designing educational offerings. Bandura self-efficacy theory and the Constructivist theory were chosen to underpinned this study. The social learning theory (SLT) was largely the work of Bandura (1977) that combined both behaviorist and cognitivist orientations. In the SLT, the […]